Our News Library lists all the Green Intelligence articles that ENWORKS has published since September 2009.

Confusion over WEEE Regulations cleared up

A High Court judgement ends dispute over Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) recycling regulations.

New guidance published to encourage more hydropower schemes

Environment Agency steps up its support for the development and growth of hydropower in England and Wales.

UK new cement firm raises funding for ‘green cement’ development

New environmental technology offers potential for significant carbon dioxide reduction in construction industry.

Red Bull receive record fine for packaging waste offences

The London based soft drinks importer has been ordered to pay a record £271,800 after failing to meet recycling requirements.

Biodiesel Quality Protocol published

A new Quality Protocol for waste-derived biodiesel has been published by the Environment Agency and the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) as part of their Waste Protocols project.

Consultation on odour guidance for compost sites

A new consultation has been launched by the Environment Agency on revised guidance on odour management at permitted composting facilities.

Further funding for low carbon technologies

The Carbon Trust has opened a second round of funding for the development of low carbon technologies.

Huge reduction in carrier bag usage after voluntary supermarket target

The UK’s 7 leading supermarkets and its customers are now using 418 million fewer single-use carrier bags per month compared to 3 years ago.

New consultation on Hazardous Waste Strategy for the UK

A new consultation has been published by the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) on a proposed new strategy for hazardous waste management in the UK.

New Quality Protocol materials announced

The Environment Agency has announced that Quality Protocols will be developed for 4 new waste material streams as part of its Waste Protocol 2009/10 programme of work with the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP).